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Below are a few examples of my work in Python, Ruby, and JavaScript. More of my work, and ongoing projects can be found on my Github account.

Hip Hop's Ale-ments

Technologies Used:

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Materialize
  • JavaScript
  • JQuery

See the Project: Diployed - Open App in Browser

See the Code: On Github - View Code

Hip-Hops Ale-ments is a web app for gathering and displaying beer information to be acessible by the user. It pulls from an API, and is now being updated and refactors into a new Django project, Bartender's Book.

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Thoughtify

Technologies Used:

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Express
  • Node.js
  • MongoDB
  • React

See the Project: Diployed - Open App in Browser

See the Code: On Github - View Code

Thoughtify is a social media app that values the mental health well-being of its users. Users can sign up for free and share their journals/articles on an open platform, as well as interact with other users, leave supportive comments, and share in community despite physical restricitons such as quarentine, illness, or schedules.

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Pray for Sunrise

Technologies Used:

  • Python
  • Django
  • Heroku
  • PostreSQL
  • IntercoolerJS
  • SortableJS

See the Project: Diployed - Open App in Browser

See the Code: On Github - View Code

Pray for Sunrise is an online interactive gaming lobby where users can join a "game room", play Pray for Sunrise with others, and communicate via chat. The user can join a game with friends online and play as many rounds as desired. This game is based off of Bezier Games' "One Night Ultimate Werewolf", implementing the game logic in Django.


Special Thanks: EatVillagers, Daniel Scott, Connnie Lancaster and David Schawel.

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Coding With Coda Array

Technologies Used:

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Express.js
  • Node.js
  • MongoDB
  • OAuth Via Google
  • Materialize
  • Heroku

See the Project: Diployed - Open App in Browser

See the Code: On Github - View Code

Coda Array is an coding journal-app for indvidiuals learning to code. This particluar app uses characters to narrate the functionality and each character is a member of a marginalized group to promtote STEM in various communities. The guide is Coda Array, a little girl who is also learning how to code and also keeps up her journal. This project is being revamped using Django - See the Code Here

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